Walker wants lawmakers to reform economic development agency

MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker is calling on legislators to reform his troubled economic development agency.

Walker's office announced Friday he wants lawmakers to restructure the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. The administration said it wants to transition away from providing direct loans to businesses and instead putting the money toward tax incentives and use $55 million the governor has set aside for regional loans in his state budget proposal for worker education.

Full story: WJFW

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